So whatever your position right now is, you should have familiar with these terms:
CAT – Common Admission Test
GMAT – Graduate Management Aptitude Test
HP CMAT – Himachal Pradesh Combined Management Aptitude Test
GATE- Graduate Aptitude test for Engineering
MAT – Management Aptitude Test
MICAT – MICA Common Aptitude Test
RMAT – Rajasthan Management Aptitude Test
SNAP – Symbiosis National Aptitude Test
UPMCAT – Uttar Pradesh Management Common Aptitude Test
XAT – Xavier’s Aptitude Test
Every of these test have a common term; Aptitude. But you should also know that there are some drawbacks of Aptitude testing. We strongly say that Aptitude singularly doesn’t guarantee any success.
Drawbacks of Aptitude testing
- Aptitude cannot guarantee Success in job or profession.
- Aptitude only deals with past learning or how much you remember your studies/ Memorising ability.
- Success in career depends upon the results you produce.
- Our abilities and accomplishments are based on experiences such as our upbringing, home setting, education and opportunities. For example, an aptitude test might require proficiency in the English language. If this is not your first language, then you might be disqualified in spite of your other abilities.
- The fact that someone has an aptitude for something does not necessarily mean that they will perform well. Besides aptitude, there are also other factors that affect performance. This includes Training, Motivation and Genetics.